A woman who complained to MP Lucy Frazer that a letter she paid a £4 surcharge to Royal Mail to be delivered only to find it was a Tory Party survey has got her money back.
A teenage girl is being sought by police after reports that she killed a hedgehog in Littleport.
Quite whether everyone will share the thoughts of one resident who described it as ‘a dream come true’ but fast food chain Nando’s does appear to be ready for a move into Ely.
Footage has emerged this morning of yet another lorry attempting the mini-roundabout on Wisbech Road, March, where a telegraph pole was knocked down less than 24 hours ago.
‘You have reached your final destination’ – Chatteris duo, Dan and Dave, have finally arrived in Toyko, the capital of Japan.
Arrests for heroin possession, gross indecency, fraud, assault, drink driving and a vehicle seized after the driver breached an anti social behaviour order have been reported by Fenland Police.
Nearly £150 was raised by staff and students in Turing House at Ely College for Macmillan Cancer Support.
Minor injuries units at three Cambridgeshire hospitals have been saved after it was announced that a government policy will focus on “keeping healthcare local”.
A popular pub in Haddenham will be closing at the end of November as operator Punch Pubs say the site is on the market.
A popular pub in Haddenham will be closing at the end of November after owners say that the plot has been sold for development.
United in grief but strong in support, a group of mums from Soham, who have all suffered the loss of a child, have joined forces to produce a charity calendar.
It has been a success for the Witcham Equestrian Centre as a campaign launched to raise awareness of the village’s speed limit has been recognised with a new 30mph sign.
A farmer has been left in shock after a number of her sheep were mowed down and killed in a senseless act.
MP Steve Barclay paid his second visit to Chatteris in two days – firstly to the opening of Jack’s supermarket and then to open some new tennis courts.
The country’s first Japanese sake brewery was officially opened at Fordham with plans to hold tours for the public from October.
It was a fond farewell to Mr Simms Olde Sweet Shop in Ely after five years of tempting taste buds across the city.
The Environment Agency (EA) has warned of “ongoing and significant pollution” of a stretch of the River Great Ouse in Cambridgeshire.
Chatteris duo, Dan and Dave, have just passed through central Asia on their gruelling 12,500 mile journey from the Fens to Japan in a 2002 Toyota Yaris in aid of Children in Need.
Chatteris has won gold in this year’s Anglia in Bloom competition.
A Wisbech councillor described libraries as ‘outdated’ during a debate earlier today on plunging usage figures for computers since charges were introduced.
Saturday’s speedway meeting at West Row involving Fen Tigers was abandoned after two separate crashes left two riders injured and in two separate hospitals all without the first heat being completed.
Teacher Charli Ward has posted photos of her car that was forced off the road in a bid to find the driver responsible.
A taxi driver was threatened with a knife late last night (Sat) after he was booked to take a customer from Littleport to Ely.
A photo of injuries sustained by a young mother in a hit-and-run incident in the Fens has been shared over 2,000 times on Facebook to find the other driver.
Vandals smashed up lanterns and other items in the gardens of Wisbech Castle and left them broken and strewn around the area.
An Ely artist – who was approached by Banksy to showcase his work at Dismaland in 2015 - has been chosen from thousands to have his work displayed at an internationally-acclaimed exhibition.
A video showing the progress made on the A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon upgrade over the summer months has been released.
An injured seal spotted on the Great River Ouse has been tracked down and treated.
A family home that was destroyed by a fire in Burwell has led to a community joining forces to offer support and donations.
A silver Saab was abandoned after reversing at speed into a Cambridgeshire village shop in an unsuccessful ram raid.